'Real Housewives of Dallas' Season 6: Air time, how to live stream, trailer, cast and all about Bravo's hit reality show
Ever since we first saw the 'Real Housewives of Dallas' ladies in 2016, they have always managed to not only live by the motto of "go big or go home" but also provided us some top-notch drama and entertainment. Although the Dallas franchise is relatively underrated compared to its peers, still one can't deny that 'RHOD' is a hidden gem that gives us a peek into the intriguing and extravagant lifestyles of the Texas ladies.
Season 5 of 'RHOD' might have just ended, but we are already wondering about the next season and what drama we can expect to see when the new season hits our screens.
There's no reason for 'Real Housewives of Dallas' not to be renewed for Season 6. Since the filming for Season 5 just concluded, we will have to wait a bit to hear the official announcement of the show's renewal for Season 6. So keep watching this space for further updates on the official date of the show's release.
How to live stream
The show will be available for streaming here, following its premiere.
Season 5 of 'RHOD' featured some underlying tension between D'Andra Simmons and Kary Brittingham. Although both the ladies seem to have resolved their issues by the end of the season, we wouldn't be surprised if it crops up the next season too. If Brandi Redmond does return for the next season then we might get to see how the housewife is coping with all the issues in her life — especially her marital issues.
Her husband Bryan Redmond was filmed kissing another woman at a club, so it will be interesting to watch Brandi and Bryan working on fixing their relationship. Kary's drinking issues might be brought to the forefront in the upcoming season alongside her marital issues with her husband Eduardo Brittingham.
Brandi Redmond's recent cryptic post on her Instagram has people wondering if the housewife is planning to leave the reality show. "Today I pray that life brings each of you happiness and in prayer John 10:28 kept calling me... I prayed that the baggage of mistakes, feeling rejected, used and unworthy are no longer tied to anyones soul. I’m choosing to set myself free and lean into Jesus and I pray you’ll join me if you too have these desires. We are worth happiness, grace, love, compassion and so much more. Stay strong and believe in yourself bc God always believes in you and is with you. I also want to thank you all for being apart of my journey these past few years. I have loved sharing my life with you but sometimes things come to an end. The best kind of ends are happy ending and I choose happiness. Sending you all my love and prayers. ❤️," the housewife posted.
Brandi was at the center of a lot of criticism after an old racist video of hers resurfaced. With the birth of her fourth child in February, we wouldn't be surprised if the housewife decided to step back. We will just have to wait for the official announcement either from the network to know who will be returning for the next season of 'RHOD'.
The official trailer of Season 6 of 'RHOP' is yet to be released, so keep watching this space for further updates.
The show is executive produced by Rich Bye, Andrew Hoegl and Andy Cohen. Rich Bye is an Emmy winner, who also executive produces shows like 'Bravo After Hours with Carrie Keagan', 'Project Runway', and several other reality shows. He has worked with fellow executive producer Andy Cohen on 'Project Runway' prior to 'Real Housewives of Dallas'.
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